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  • Isomalt has a higher resistance to crystalization, higher resistance to humidity, stays colorless up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and can accept food coloring. Remains odorless and can be flavored Is sugar-free and can be digested by diabetics.
  • Isomalt Substitutes: While isomalt and granulated sugar can be used as direct replacements for confections such as sugar sculptures or candy work, isomalt cannot be used as a direct replacement for sugar in baking because isomalt is not meant to be ingested in large quantities.
  • Is Isomalt Keto Friendly? Yes, isomalt is keto-friendly. Most sugar alcohols are keto-friendly as they’re low on the glycemic index, so they will not spike your blood sugar levels and take you out of your ketosis.
  • What Does It Taste Like: Isomalt is sweet and tastes like sugar. Since it's included in commercially made products, it's not something you would taste on its own, but is there to provide sweetness. The body does not actually digest isomalt. It literally passes right through, so consuming a very large quantity can cause a stomach ache.
  • Isomalt Uses: Isomalt will not caramelize when heat is applied to it the way sugar does and it won't take on that light-brown to yellow "caramel" hue. This makes it a very good medium to create great design elements for cakes that need to have a clear color. Gemstones, windows for gingerbread houses, and glamorous sparkling mosaics are just a few elements that can be made using isomalt
  • Isomalt is the perfect thing for making beautiful clear candy decorations for your cakes, candies and desserts! Isomalt is similar to using sugar except that it doesn’t turn a yellow color when it is heated to high temperatures. It also stands up to humidity better than sugar so it’s a great choice to use as a decoration.